That is, at least, according to emails released from a private system used by Hillary Clinton. Ms Clinton is the Democrat's front runner in the bid for the Presidential election in 2016. A Downing Street spokesperson said: "The special relationship between the UK and the United States is as strong as ever and the president recently acknowledged the importance of the alliance to the US."
That put the Clintons near the very, very top of the American economic scale. Theyreported paying a federal tax rate of 35.7 percent in 2014 and donating 10.8 percent of their income to charity.Clinton's campaign chose to release the tax returns along with a letter from her doctor giving her a clean bill of healthon an unusually busy summer Friday whenthe State Department released some of her e-mailsfrom her time as secretary of state and the Federal Election Commission releasedsuper PAC donation records.
Little reported with the Friday dump of her tax returns is the fact that $14 million of her "charity" went to her own foundation. In a lengthy statement and on her campaign website, Clinton detailed that she and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, paid more than $43 million in federal taxes from 2007 to 2014, over $13 million in state taxes and donated nearly $15 million to charity over the same period.
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Employees at the City University of New York (CUNY) have been without a contract for over five years, despite the fact that most other state workers have not only settled their contracts but are actually preparing to negotiate the next round of agreements. CUNY, as much as any other government institution, has been a central force in the building of the middle class and the integration of immigrants into the mainstream of society.
Mr Sperling, a former adviser to US presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, told the Diggers and Dealers mining conference in Kalgoorlie that while Australia is dealing with "quite a challenging commodity issue" he believed China's economy and demand for minerals would remain strong and the Australian dollar would continue to fall in the near term, providing respite for local exporters.
Hillary Clinton is launching her first advertising campaign of the 2016 election with $1 million buys in both Iowa and New Hampshire. In order to change the perception, Clinton's campaign has tried to tell her story as a staffer at the Children's' Defense Fund, as the first lady of Arkansas and, more recently, as a grandmother.
Businessman Jeffrey Katzenberg and media proprietor Haim Saban are also said to have given $1 million each. The deadline for the political action committees to file mid-year disclosure reports with the Federal Election Commission was July 31. Other prominent donors to the group included investor George Soros, who gave $1 million, and Los Angeles-based investor Marc Nathanson, who gave $250,000.
On "Face the Nation" on CBS, Molly Ball, a politics writer for the liberal Atlantic magazine, said Clinton has difficulty behaving in a transparent and open manner. "There is a big story and big questions ahead to be asked about what she's hiding in the emails, why she's not being transparent and why she's not following the rules," Fournier said.
ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- There's one person Hillary Clinton really want the voters of America to get to know more than anybody else. Clinton, who narrates the story over old photos of her mom, describes how her mother is the person who most influenced her desire to fight for families and to run for president.
Coffey, an established trial lawyer and one-time federal prosecutor, has been advanced as a successor to Ben Lawsky, who left D.F.S. in June to start his own consulting firm. Lawsky was a trusted lieutenant of Governor Andrew Cuomo dating to the governor's time as attorney general; he was sent to run the agency after it was created from the merger of the state's banking and insurance departments.
At the event, held at one of the charity's partner schools in Hackney, east London, Clinton was presented with a T-shirt for his granddaughter, who was born last year. It was part of the faith charity's annual Feed the Fasting campaign, which provides food for homeless people in the UK and abroad during the month of Ramadan.